“Far up in the deep blue sky, Great white clouds are floating by; All the world is dressed in green; Many happy birds are seen, Roses bright and sunshine clear Show that lovely June is here.”― F. G. Sanders

San Diego is such a beautiful city with so much to see and so much to do!

If you are in San Diego in June, you’ll have lots of daylight hours to explore the city’s attractions. The longer days showcase San Diego’s beauty and pave the way for more outside adventures. It’s not likely to rain and temperatures on the average are just right.

June can be a good time to visit San Diego. Early summer isn’t the sunniest time in San Diego. In fact, the month has the least clear skies during the year because of coastal fog. But you’ll still get the sun more than half the time. Attractions will start to get more crowded because school is out and mandates are being lifted.

Each month I have special fun events I want to show you so that you get the most out of this beautiful city!

Crown Island Jazz

The Coronado Ferry Landing weekly concert series is back! Enjoy an array of local music talent every weekend. Location: Coronado Ferry Landing. Info: www.coronadoferrylanding.com/events

Sat & Sun 2 – 5 pm


Spreckels Organ Sunday Webcasts

Enjoy special COVID-safe concert webcasts from the historic Spreckels Organ Pavilion in Balboa Park. Location: online. Info: www.balboaparkconcerts.org

Sundays 2- 3 pm

Julius Caesar (Part Two) Shakespeare Reading

Join the San Diego Shakespeare Society for a free and online open reading of Julius Caesar (part two)! Hosted by David Hausman. Location: online. Info: www.sandiegoshakespearesociety.org

6/1 5pm

San Diego Donut Run

GiGi’s Playhouse San Diego is challenging YOU to participate in 75 days of activity! On June 5th, we will be honoring the spirit of our favorite local event, the Donut Run. Drive thru, pick up your t-shirt and medal, and of course enjoy a tasty donut! Location: GiGi’s Playhouse San Diego Playhouse parking lot. Info: www.gigisplayhouse.org

6/5 9 am – 12 pm

Night Fishing

Bring your lanterns and have a great night of fishing! Location: Santee Lakes. Info: www.santeelakes.com

6/10 & 6/24 5 – 11:30 pm

Cross the Cross: Summer Solstice

Our health and fitness is more important than ever! In light of COVID-19, this race will host 30 competitors who will be provided bibs and water bottles. Location: Windansea Beach to Mount Soledad, around the cross at the Veteran’s Memorial, and back downhill to the ocean. Info: www.crossthecross.com

6/19 8 am

Juneteenth Fest

FREE Entertainment! A day of shopping and family fun! Please wear your mask and practice social distancing. Location: Community Actors Theatre, 2957 54th St. Info: www.communityactorstheatre.com

6/19 10 am 4 pm

Holidays —

Flag Day 6/14

Juneteenth 6/19

Father’s Day 6/20

Spreckels Organ Sunday Webcast

Enjoy a new webcast directly from the world’s largest outdoor musical instrument. www.balboaparkconcerts.org SUNDAYS 2-3PM

Don’t forget San Diego Padres Games ⚾️

Check out the schedule > https://www.mlb.com/padres/schedule/2021-04

Father’s Day Car Show

Spend Father’s Day with rides, games, food, da beach, and cool cars too! Location: Belmont Park. Info: www.eventbrite.com/e/fathers-day-car-show-at- belmont-park-tickets-144668729063

6/20 10 am – 3 pm

Taste of Little Italy

This year’s event will be held over two days, with two time slots, allowing plenty of room for attendees and minimizing congestion. As attendees meander through 48-square-blocks of Little Italy they will sample mouthwatering bites from over 20 culinary gems. Location: Little Italy. Info: www.littleitalysd.com

6/22, 6/23 4 9 pm

Celebrate the OB Vibe

This community event will feature local artisans & makers and spotlight Ocean Beach’s local bars, breweries, restaurants, and retailers; plus an array of activities throughout the day. Location: tba. Info: www.oceanbeachsandiego.com/celebrate-ob-vibe

6/26 10 am – 6 pm

FARMERS MARKETS SAN DIEGO

Farmer’s Markets are mostly all open! If you are looking to get out and get some fresh air and fresh produce and food, check out one of the many farmer’s markets in San Diego. Most likely the one in your neighborhood is open. Check out a full list here >> https://www.sdfarmbureau.org/farmers-market/

As always, if you or anyone you know needs assistance buying or selling or if you have any real estate questions, please feel free to contact me by phone, text, or email! 

So much to do, so much to see!

If you want to see a home sometime this month, check out all my Featured Listings, and message me or contact me here.

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